It’s Bristol (dirt) baby! After a wet, rainy weekend filled with delays, the races finally got underway on Monday afternoon. Danny Bohn, our driver of the No.30 Truck was so excited to be back on dirt as that’s where his career started in his modified days. Starting off p25, Danny was gaining positions making the top 20 when on lap 99, the No. 44 truck had heavy contact with us, causing an early end to our race. Danny ended in p36 and we are looking forward to the next race in Richmond, VA on April 17th. At least we did dirt in style. Photos: Danny Hansen / HMEDIA
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Danny Bohn will make his return to On Point Motorsports on Friday, Aug. 21 at Dover International Speedway and will run the rest of the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series schedule in the No. 30 entry, the team announced Monday (Aug. 10).
Bohn previously drove the No. 30 for three races in 2019, finishing eighth in his Truck Series debut at Martinsville Speedway. North American Motor Car and Sierra Delta are set to be the primary sponsors for Bohn in 2020.
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Steven Lane’s home track growing up was one of NASCAR’s most historic venues, Bowman Gray Stadium. His father would prop the youngster on his shoulders so he could crane for a better view. An uncle briefly owned a Modified car, the track’s featured attraction. Lane’s long-running association with racing often traces its path back to Bowman Gray.